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CNBC
Nov 19, 2012 4:00am EST
well. >> you you do something have a ordinary at un any level. you actually scrapped your social security. why? >> our strategy is focused on doubling the size of our business while reducing our environmental footprint and increasing social impact. i did not want a csr department producing a glossy couple of pages. >> so what does that mean you do with your brands then? does not mean your brands have to imbody some responsibility while also selling them to the consumer? >> we recently had global hand washing day. one of the biggest impacts on disease that you can have is washing your hands. if we're the largest soap on business in the world, if we encourage people to wash their hands more, they'll get healthier and also use more soap. so we can make people have healthier lives -- >> use more of your soap. >> and as weert large're the lap business. and we have a toilet cleaner and word toilet day is on its way and we do an awful lot around sanitation. so what we do is we very much put the brands and productses that we're producing to the consumers, but how does it possibly impact
CNBC
Nov 6, 2012 4:00am EST
beginning of the program, un. >> caller: sam has been helping himself to that cash and spending it like it was his own money. while he filled the skrar wijar ious. so by 2014, the only place to get them is from the guy teamly in debt or by cutting benefits or raising taxes. >> the social security puzzle. >>> stim ll to come, americans head to the polls. a view on the ground from ohio. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] some day, your life will flash before your eyes. ♪ make it worth watching. ♪ the new 2013 lexus ls. an entirely new pursuit. >>> these are your headlines today from around the world. the campaign speeches and fundraisers are over. now the race for the white house comes down to u.s. voters with more than 120 million expected to show up to the polls today. >> and european investors are holding off on any big moves. equities edging higher. >> and despite persistent weakness, adecco manages to post solid numbers. they see hiring pick up in the u.s. >>> every four years, you actually get to be a merchandise in the united states. >> what do you think happens the rest of th
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